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Pottery Neolithic Age: (c. 7,000 BCE) In this period there was a widespread use of tools and clay pots and a specific culture begins to emerge in the Fertile Crescent. The basic word in Egyptian, similar to Semitic and Berber, is a triliteral or biliteral root of consonants and semiconsonants. The Organization of Power: Aspects of Bureaucracy in the Ancient Near East. They were vulnerable only from the north and the south.

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Publisher: Gregorian & Biblical Press (January 1, 1964)

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